Aug 10th, 2010 by RichmondJ
Bug bombs that were laid down in a National City home were part of an ignition and explosion when it and an unknown flame came into contact. The explosion injured two residents of the home, a father and his son.
According to reports, the explosion took place on Thursday in the early afternoon, around 12:30, at a home near interstate 805. The National City home contained 15 bug bombs in total – 12 or 13 more than the recommended for the size of the home. It is suspected that fumes of the bug bombs were ignited by a water heater, reports said.
In the house at the time of the bug bomb explosion were a family of five, including the father and son who were injured. The two of them were taken to USCD Medical Center, where they will be treated for burn injuries. Along with the injuries, the explosion also caused property damage to the home’s interior.
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